Basqueland Brewing Project Arraun (5%)

Hoppy Amber Ale.
That’s what this is.
And it’s not too bad, actually.
Pouring a deep amber with a little ring of bubbles for a head, the beer smells of honey and biscuits.
Taking a swig you find a big round malt full of caramel and bran flakes, digestive biscuits, honey and a big brown sugar sweetness.
The hops aren’t quite as hoppy as I might like from a beer calling itself hoppy, but it’s not too bad, with orange marmalade, lemon zest and a little bit of fleshy peach that leads you to the sticky toffee and sherbet finish.

Source: Sadly, I can’t recall where I got this one from

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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